Visit Casper launches new brewery passport
CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Casper is full of hidden gems, but one that stands out to residents and visitors, is the local breweries. Visit Casper has teamed up with Frontier Brewing, Mountain Hops, Skull Tree Brewing, Gruner Brother’s Brewing and Oil City Beer Company to launch a new brewery passport, the Local Ale Trail, to help others experience Casper’s culinary scene.
“We have such an awesome local brewery scene. I think we have some really talented brewers here serving some great Casper beer and we just really wanted to celebrate that. The industry here has grown,” said Amanda Scherlin, the Director of Marketing for Visit Casper.
Those wishing too sign up for this passport can do so online. The Local Ale Trail is planned to be live for the next year. Visit Casper hopes this opportunity gets residents out exploring the community.
“We would love to just introduce some people to maybe some businesses they haven’t been to before, support the local brewers, and just get people out throughout the community,” said Scherlin.
Casper is evolving and becoming a destination for both business and leisure travel. Visit Casper says visitors want to have local experiences while here, and the passport is designed to help with that.
“We have a lot of inquiries about breweries here. It’s definitely something that people travel for and when they are traveling, they’re seeking out local breweries so it was just another way to give visitors something that they are looking for,” said Scherlin.
Visit Casper has already noticed a significant amount of people signing up for the passport and have high hopes moving forward.
Those who check in to all five locations within 90 days are eligible to receive a t-shirt from Visit Casper.
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